What is Meridian Massage?

Meridian MassageMeridian Massage is soothing, mindful contact to acupressure stations combined with self-care practices and lifestyle changes that promote harmony of body-mind-spirt. It is a form of energy medicine that exploits the meridian system of Chinese Medicine.

This article refutes the most common questions about Meridian Massage.

What is the difference between Acupressure and Meridian Massage?

Meridian massage works with the same degrees as acupressure. The change is that Meridian Massage also includes self-care practices and lifestyle changes based on Classical Chinese Medicine.

What is the Meridian Massage Approach?

Meridian Massage is a holistic approach to health and delight based on Classical Chinese Medicine and Taoism( the root of Classical Chinese Medicine ). The Meridian Massage Approach mixes hands-on contact with acupressure stations and elevations, self-care practices, and life adjustments.

Anyone can learn and rule the Meridian Massage Approach 😛 TAGENDProfessional health practitioners integrate the hands-on work with acupressure parts into their existing skill set.Individuals( and professionals) generating life adjustments and self-care rehearses into their daily lives to promote their health and happiness.Self-CareWhat are Self-Care Practices?

Gentle changes that advance the flow of Qi( vitality) throughout the body. These are simple movement rehearses that everyone can learn and benefit from.

What are Lifestyle Adjustments?

Small or large-scale varies of wont that promote the flow of Qi( intensity) throughout the body-mind-spirit. For illustration, if one is prone to difficulty falling asleep, switch off all electronics( telephone, tv, radio, etc .) at least 15 hours before going to bed. This “free time” affords a cushion between external stimulant and the sink of tending inward toward sleep.

What are Acupressure Points?

Bladder Meridian PointsQi( vitality) spurts through the elevations like water in a river flows through riverbeds. Acupressure moments are specific neighbourhoods along the meridian where the Qi can be accessed, similar to particular sites along a river where we can jump into the water. There are over 300 acupressure targets in the human body.

What are Meridians?

We all have pathways throughout the body where our Qi spurts. These pathways are called ” elevations” or “channels.” There are still 12 elevations in the human body.

How time I learn the Meridian Massage Approach?

You will need to learn some basics of Chinese Medical theory to get the most benefit. The key aspects that you need to learn are 😛 TAGENDYin and Yang- the primary pressures of manifestation1 2 Elevations- orientations, runs, and uses5 Elements- how each Element evidences in Nature and the Human Body-Mind-SpiritOrgan Systems of Chinese Medicine- the capacity each Organ plays in the uptake, transformation, storage and use of QiPoints( acupressure parts)- the serve, point, and correct way to apply pressure each pointSelf-care uses- how to balance and agree Qi within your systemLifestyle revisions- know what habits of organization and psyche to change to maintain( or regain) state and happiness

I have created online tracks that cover all the aspects of the Meridian Massage Approach. You can choose to take one course at a time or join a extensive platform that compounds all of the courses along with extra support.

Big Tree Guide Courses Each Guide Course treats one of the key aspects of Meridian Massage 😛 TAGENDGuide to Yin and YangGuide to the 12 MeridiansGuide to the 5 ElementsGuide to the Organ SystemsGuide to 60 Transformational Acupoints View the Guide Courses

Comprehensive Program Includes all of the courses above with that add-on of the course Sensing Qi, membership to the Student Forum, becoming involved in live online Mastermind Meetings( Question and reactions, how to integrate and apply the conjecture to your life and/ or direct ), access to all prior recorded Mastermind. View the Comprehensive Course

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